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A vital part of the Delhi Public School experience, our student clubs create:

  • A vibrant community based on the diversity of our international student body
  • Important networks for alumni and the wider School community.
  • Opportunities to explore your personal interests
  • Opportunities to develop leadership potential
Clubs provide excellent networking opportunities for students and a place to meet other people with similar interests and ideas, along with an opportunity for students to take on leadership roles.

The clubs put on a variety of entirely student led events. The clubs at DPS are as follows:
1. Quiz club
2. Nature club
3. Consumer care club
4. Quiz club
5. Code warriors
6. Debate society
7. Artistic flair club
8. Dance club
9. Club - sargam (vocal and instrumental music club)
10. Golf club
11. Swimmers club
12. Cricket academy
13. Athletics club
14. Social service society
15. Club for public speaking
16. Cooking without fire - chefs club
17. Book club
18. Taekwondo club


DPS BALLABGARH offers a wide variety of extra - curricular activities that help students imbibe valuable lessons in social development and responsibilities. Diverse activities like sculpture, music, dance, creative writing, debates and nature clubs encourage student development.

Every student is encouraged to participate in debates, elocution, quiz competitions, dance, drama, music and outdoor activities and students enjoy their participation in such events.

The Co- Curricular Activities of the school are being conducted as per the schedule in Primary and Secondary sections of the school.


The school ensures that the process of education is not a classroom activity. Edutrips are an essential element in the learning process. All Edutrips have a strong curricular focus. The school also organises Edutrips that focus on sports, language, IPC themes, national events, adventure, nature, etc.

Field trips stimulate students to think beyond the "textbook", enable the development of elements of "holistic education" skills such as, teamwork, organization, leadership, research, note taking and making real life connections . Stronger bonds of friendship are developed. Students spend a period of time in real world setting away from their family.

Edutrips are organized in different categories
(School level, Class level, Subject Specific).

Morning Assembly

A high quality school assembly is one of the most important aspects of a school's curriculum. Its potential to nurture a positive school ethos that stresses care for the self, others and the pursuit of all forms of excellence should not be underestimated. It powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence.

The school assemblies, in all phases of schooling, can make a positive contribution to pupil self-development and therefore be at the heart of raising achievement and standards. The assemblies are developed by planning to encourage pupils to reflect upon a set of universal values, such as love, peace, truth, co-operation and respect. These values act as the foundation not only for religious education (RE) but for the development of personal, social and health education (PSHE), citizenship and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) aspects of the curriculum.